Home Authors Posts by Andrew Bargeron

Andrew Bargeron

Andrew Bargeron
48 POSTS 2 COMMENTS
Mythical beast or legendary creature? You decide: Podcast Producer and Host of WDWJW and Co-host of VPL & OME art director...so...Mythical legend?

SOLARBABIES

The Film: SOLARBABIES The Guest: Jon Bjorling I didn't wanna! I didn't wanna watch Solarbabies, but JON MADE ME! I guess I'll get him back by making...

DEAD ALIVE

The film: Dead Alive -aka- Braindead The Guests: Travis Trapp & Josh Castillo Say, what's the goriest movie you've ever seen? Is it Dead Alive? No?...

DR. OTTO AND THE RIDDLE OF THE GLOOM BEAM

The Film: Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam The Guest: Elbee (Vincent Price's Laugh) I was never an Ernest fan*. I was in...

LOST HIGHWAY

The film: Lost Highway The guest: Edward Cantu I have to admit, I wasn't paying the closest attention to the story details so long ago when...

TERRORVISION

The film: TERRORVISION The guest: Jon Bjorling Ah, the 80s. What a strange and wonderful, colorful and bizarre decade. One that brought us so many movies and...

EXETER

Is Exeter a legitimate scary movie? Is it a clever and subtle satire of the demon possession / party teens horror subgenre? The director,...

YOUNG EINSTEIN

Young Einstein hit the American market in August 1989. After a successful release in Australia, Warner Brothers were banking on a summer sleeper at the very least, and a blockbuster at most. It received neither. The movie was just too weird for US audiences, while also not being weird enough. It's a family film, but also a subversive satire. To a 15-year old who had, a year prior, discovered Monty Python's Flying Circus, Young Einstein was a godsend: it was tame enough to not bother the conservative parents, but biting and weird enough to stimulate this growing boy's mind. In this episode, we find Andrew (the aforementioned growing boy) and Travis Trapp (his first viewing of the film) discussing the film and its merits. Does it hold up? Or is nostalgia a damned liar?

SHADOW PEOPLE

Elbee and Andrew don't just enjoy the occasional spooky movie, they often pursue stories of strange happenings from around the world. Here, a little film called Shadow People serves as this episode's topic...one that covers a phenomenon that may even hit a little close to home.

BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW

Critical Analysis of "Beyond the black Rainbow" featuring guest Ken Reid!

HARBINGER DOWN

https://youtu.be/P_i6x4rKBjs In today's sci-fi/horror climate, there is a dire lack of practical FX driven films. Age old classics, such as John Carpenter's The THING, and The Blob...